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Full text of "Catalogue of the very valuable collection of high-class modern pictures and water-colour drawings formed by ... Sir John Pender"

THE 



Pender Collection. 



ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 



SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1897. 



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CATALOGUE 

OF 

THE VERY VALUABLE COLLECTION OF HIGH-CLASS 

ssoBsas 

PICTURES 

AND 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS 

Formed by the well-known Amateur, the late 

SIR JOHN PENDER, 

G.C.M.G., K.C.M.G., 

REMOVED FROM 18 ARLINGTON STREET AND FOOTS CRAY PLACE: 



WHICH (by Order of tin Executors) 

mill be Solo fag auction fag 

Messrs. CHRISTIE, HANSON & WOODS, 

AT THEIS GREAT ROOMS, 
8 KING STREET, ST. JAMES'S SQUARE, 

On SATURDAY, MAY 2 9, 
MONDAY, MAY 31, 1897, 

AND FOLLOWING DAY, AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 



May be publicly viewed Three Days preceding, and Catalogues 
had (Catalogues with Twenty-three [llustratiqns Price One 
Guinea), at Messrs. Chktstik, MANSON and Woods' Offices, 8 K 
Street, St. James's Square, & W. 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



I. THE highest Bidder to be the Buyer ; and if any dispute ariso 
between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be 
immediately put up again and re-sold. 

II. No person to advance less than Is. ; above Five Pounds, 5s. ; 
and so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of Lots upon which there is a reserve, the Auctioneer 
shall have the right to bid on behalf of the Seller. 

FV. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode, 
and to pay down 5s. in the Pound, or more, in part of payment, 
or the whole of the Purchase-Money, if required; in default 
of which, the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately 
put up again and re-sold. 

V. The Lots to be taken away and paid for, whether genuine and 
authentic or not, with all faults and errors of description, at 
the Buyer's expense and risk, within Two days from the Sale; 
Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods not being responsible 
for the correct description, genuineness, or authenticity of, 
or any fault or defect in, any Lot, and making no warranty 
whatever. 

VI. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the 
settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can on any account be 
lemovcd during the time of Sale; and the remainder of the 
Purchase-Muiiey must absolutely be paid on the delivery. 

V IT. Upon failure of complying with the above Conditions, the Money 
deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited; all Lots 
uncleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by public 
or private Sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending such 
re-sale shall be made good by the defaulter at this Sale. 



CATALOGUE. 

First Day's Sale. 
On SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1807, 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

D. COX. 

1 The Salmon Trap 

20£ in. by 29 in. 

D. COX. 

2 Returning Home : Evening. A man on horseback crossing a 

brick bridge over a narrow stream, and driving cattle beforo 
him 

10^ in. by 14 in. 

D. COX. 

3 Crossing the Heath : Showery weather. Three womon on 

horseback, crossing a heath in a heavy storm of rain 
'.i in, by 13 in. 

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E. DUNCAN, 1868. 

4 Whitby Sands : Landing fish 

27 in. by 48 in. ' 

Exhibited at the Society of Painters in Water-Colours, 

1868 

COPLEY FIELDING, 1818. 

5 Doune Castle, Perthshire 

25 in. by 39 in. 



C. FIELDING, 1818. 
6 The Deer Park 

15 in. by 21^ in. 

Exhibited at the Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester, 
1857 



BIRKET FOSTER, 1882. 

7 Turnbeuut Castle, Ayrshire, the early home of Robert Bruce 
23 in. by 36 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Society of Painters in Water- 
Colours, 1882 



L. HAGUE. 
8 The Choir of S. Maria Novella, Florence 

■■ That church among ihe rest, 
By one of old distinguished as the bride." — Rogers. 

For its grace and beauty, this church was said by Michael Angelo 
to be fit for the " Bride of Christ." 

18£ in. by 26 in. 



W. HUNT. 
9 The Village Smithy 



21 in. by 29 in. 

C ^r L Exhibited at the WJiitworth Institute, Manchester, 1891 



W. HUNT. 

10 Purple Grapes, Plums and Greengages 

9i in. by 17£ in. 

W. HUNT. 

11 Purple and Yellow Plums 

7^ in. by 8J in. 

W. HUNT, 1831. 

12 A Child, with a red pitcher by her side 

15^ in. by 9£ in. 

F. PEADILLA, 1882. 

13 A Doctor of the Fifteenth Century 

28 in. by 20 in. 

S. PKOUT. 

14 THE TOMB OF THE SCALIGERS, at Verona 

16 in. by 12 in. 

Exhibited at the WJiitworth Institute, Manchester, 1891 

S. PROUT. 

15 Rouen Cathedral 

26 in. by 19£ in. 




J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

16 FLORENCE 

11 in. by 16£ in. 

Engraved by E. Goodall, in Heath's " Gallery of British 
Engravings," Vol. I. (1836) 



J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 
17 SALISBURY CATHEDRAL : South view 
20 in. by 27 in. 

From the Collection of F. Fish, Esq., 1888 
Exhibited at the Whitworth Institute, Manchester, 1891 



P. DE WINT. 
18 LINCOLN: Early morning 
26 in. by 39 in. 
Exhibited at the Whitworth Institute, Manchester, 1891 



P. IDE WINT. 

19 A Landscape. A bridge over a shallow river, with three cows in 
the water in the foreground, some figures are soon more in the 
distanco 

7£ in, by 12 in. 




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MODERN PICTURES. 

SAM BOUGH, E.S.A., 1867. 

20 St. Monance, Fifeshire 

50 in. by 72 in. 

From the Collection of A. B. Stewart, Esq., of Glasgow, 
1881 

SIR A. W. CALLCOTT, R.A. 

21 AN ITALIAN LANDSCAPE. A view of the Alps as Been 

from Vareso 

36 in. by 50 in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1875 

From the Collection of the Earl of Durham 

From the Collection of J. Whitlaker, Esq., of Ilurst, 1865 

See Illustration 

SIR A. W. CALLCOTT, R.A. 

22 A View of Eton from the Rivek. Windsor Castle is seen in 

distance 

28J in. by 43| in. 

W. COLLINS* R.A. 

23 EARLY MORNING ON THE SUSSEX COAST 

34 in. by 47 in. 

From the Collection of Lord Northwick 

From the Collection of G. Biclcnell, Esq., 1863 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1827 (as " Buying Fish ") 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1887 

Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 

.Sec Illustration 



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W. COLLINS, R.A. 

21 THE CARD PLAYERS : Three children playing at cards in a 
garden. Portraits of Master and Miss Martin, and Master 
Meyer 

15 j in. by 21 J in. 

Exhibited at the Boyal Academy, 1817 
From the Collection of E. Iiodgett, Esq., 1859 
From the Collection of John Knoicles, Esq., 18G5 



T. SIDNEY COOPER, R.A., 1887. 

25 A WINTER SCENE. A flock of sheep are being driven along a 

6now-covered road by two shepherds, one of whom is on horse- 
back ; to the right is a farm-house 
38 in. by 59 in. 

J. S. COPLEY, R.A. 

26 ROYAL CHILDREN PLAYING IN A GARDEN: Portraits 

of the Princesses Mary, Sophia and Amelia, daughters of 
George III. 

20 in. by 14 J in. 

A finished study for the picture which is in the possession of 
Her Majesty the Queen 

Engraved by F. Bartolozzi, B.A. 

D. COX, 18-18. 

27 A Welsh Landscape, with a cottage ; two children in the fore- 

ground gathering wild flowers 
232 »»■ b y l7 i *"• 

II. W. B. DAVIS, R.A., 1880. 

28 Highland Cattle Crossing a Shallow Stream 

19 in. by 29^ m. 



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H. W. 15. DAVIS, R.A., 1881. 
29 Towauds Evening : Four cows iu a meadow 
12 in. by 20 in. 



W. DYCE, E.A. 

30 Tue Soliloquy of Henry VI. during the Battle of Towton 

" This battle fares like to the morning's war, 
When dying clouds contend with growing light; 
What time the shepherd, blowing on his nails, 
Can neither call it perfect day nor night. 
Now sways it this way, like a mighty sea, 
Forced by the tide to combat with the wind ; 
Now sways it that way, like the self-same sea 
Forced to retire by fury of the wind : 
Sometime the flood prevails ; and then, the wind : 
Now, one the better ; then, another best ; 
Both tugging to be victors, breast to breast, 
Yet neither conqueror, or conquered : 
So is the equal poise of this fell war. 
Here on this mole hill will I sit me down. 
To whom God will, there be the victory ! 
For Margaret, my Queen, and Clifford too, 
Have chid me from the battle ; swearing both 
They prosper best of all when I am thence. 
Would I were dead ! if God's will were so." 

Shakespeare's Henry VI., Part III., Act ii., Scene 5. 

14 in. by 20 in. 

Exhibited at the BoyalJubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 

See Illustration 



W. DYCE, R.A. 
31 The Woman of Samaria 
14 in. by 20 in. 
Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 






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A. ELMORE, E.A., 1861. 
32 Marie Antoinette in thb Prison of the Temple 

•' We often went up to the tower, because my brother went there too 
from the other side ; the only pleasure my mother enjoyed was Beeing 
him through a clink as he passed at a distance. She would watch at 
this clink for hours together to see the child as he passed. It was her 
only hope, her only thought." — Private Memoirs of what passed in the 
Temple, by Madame Royale, Duchesse d'Angouleme. 

32J in. by 17£ in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1861 

See Illustration 



A. ELMORE, R.A., 1863. 
33 Lucrezia Borgia 

SU in. by 22J in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1863 

From the Collection of James Fallows, Esq., 1868 

Exhibited at the Paris Exposition Universelle, 1878 



T. EAED, R.A. 

34 " O NANNY ! WILL YE GANG WI' ME ? " : A Highland 
lassie seated by a road-side, a man leaning over her, and a 
collie dog by her side 
29 j in. by 24J in. 
Engraved by Luvib Stocks, 11. A. 




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W. P. FRITH, R.A., 1850. 

35 A Gleaner (The landscape painted by T. Creswick, R.A.) 

In Frith's ' My Reminiscences ' (published in 1867), this picture is 
mentioned as having been purchased from him by a Mr. Birt for one 
hundred and fifty guineas, the highest price the artist had up to that 
time received for a picture of the size ; when, however, it was offered 
at the sale of Mr. Birt's collection, a few years later, it fetched seven 
hundred guineas ; subsequently becoming the property of Sir John 
Pender. 

34 £ in. by 25 in. 

Exhibited at the Boyal Academy, 1851 

T. GAINSBOROUGH, R.A. 

36 Portrait of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham ; 6ido face, half 

length 

29£ in. by 24£ in. 

P. GRAHAM, R.A., 1886. 

37 RISING MISTS 

23 in. by 35^ in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A, 1890. 

38 The Citadel of Cairo 

14£ in. by 36 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1894. 

39 Tending Sheep and Lambs, banks of the Nile 

14£ in. by 35£ in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1890. 
10 An Inundated Egyptian Village 
11£ in. by 35k in. 



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KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A., 1891. 

41 CANTERBURY: Distant view 

This is 'the last picture Keeley Halswelle painted ; it was finished 
shortly before his voyage to the East with Sir John Pender 

36 in. by 54 in. 

See Illustration 



HEY WOOD HARDY. 

42 Sidi Ahmed Ben Avuda and the Holt Lion 

Sidi Ahmed ben Avuda was, in the fifteenth century, a very 
renowned "Marabout," in the valley of the Mina. One day, after 
spending hours in prayer, he implored the Lord to send him some s-ifrn 
that his services were regarded with favour. Immediately an enormous 
lion presented himself, and said, "I am sent by God to do anything 
you require of n e." From that day the lion followed him everywhere, 
and carried the holy man ou his back on all his journeys. Since the 
Saint's death, the lion has every year appeared again at La Koubba, 
and the men attached to the service of the tomb lead it through the 
provinces to collect alms. 

90 in. by GO in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1881 

Etched by the Artist 

HEYWOOD HARDY, 1882. 

43 A King's Daughteb 

72 in. by 52 in. 

Exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery, 1882 

F. D. HARDY, 1865. 

44 TnE Threatened Deluge 

18^ *»■ °y 25 i in- 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1866 







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W. HOLMAN HUNT. 

45 Valentine Rescuing Sylvia fbom Proteus 

The subject of this picture ia taken from the last Act of Shake 
speare's ' Two GcntU'iin'ii of Vrruim.' Valentine loses Sylvia, and his 
false friend Proteus is betrothed I" Jnlia. Proteus betrays to the Duke 
of Milan, who wishes Sylvia to many Sir Thurio,) Valentine's plan 
for stealing away his daughter. Valentine ia banished, and Proteus, 
forgetful of Julia, makes passionate Iovo to her. Sylvia, t by aid of 
sir Bglamour, flies to tlie forest to seek Valentine. Proteus follows 
her, and as he seizes her, she is rescued by Valentine. Julia has 
followed her false lover disguise 1 as a boy. 

James L. Hannay (the present magistrate), sat for the head of 
Valentine; and a young barrister, already well known among journalists, 
and since greatly distinguished as a Cabinet Minister in the Antipodes, 
posed as Proteus. 

10 in. by 13£ in. 

From the Collection of T. E. Plint, Esq., 1862 

A large painting of this subject, which is now in the Birmingham 
Art Gallery, was at the Royal Academy in 1851, and obtained a prize 
when exhibited at Liverpool soon after. 



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S1E E. LANDSEER, R.A. 
46 THE LOST SHEEP 

" What man of you, having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of 
them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the wilderness, and go 
after that which is lost, until he find it.*'— St. Luke, xv. 1 

50J in. by 30£ in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1850 

From the Collection of E. Bicknell, Esq., 18G3 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1874 and 1891 

Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchetter, 1887 

Engraved by T. Landaeer, A. R.A. 

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SIR E. LANDSEER, U.A., 18G4. 

47 AN EVENT IN THE FOREST 
56;L fn. by 30£ in. 
Painted for Sir John Pender 
Exhibited at the British Institution, 1865 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1874 and 1891 
Exhibited at the Boyal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 

Engraved by Thomas Landseer, A.B.A, 
See Illustration 



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B. W. LEADER, A.R.A., 1882. 

48 " IN THE EVENING THERE SHALL BE LIGHT " 
46 in. by 79^ in. 

Exhibited at the Boyal Academy, 1882 
Etched by Brunel-Debaines 



LORD LEIGHTON, P.R.A. 

49 PHOEBE 

231 i nt by 20J in. 
Painted for Sir John Pender 
Exhibited at the Boyal Academy, 1885 
Exhibited at the Boyal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 

Engraved 

See Illustration 



J. LINNELL, Sen. 

50 A GRAND VIEW IN KENT : Stormy effect of sky 
39 1 in. by 55 in. 

From the Collection of John Knoirles, Esq., 1805 







No. 17. 



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No. 49. 



permission of the Berlin Photographic Company, 138 New B I Street, 

by whom the engraving is ■published 



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J. LINNELL, Sen., 185G. 

61 CATTLE CROSSING A FORD: A donkey laden with sucks, 
and a iuau and cliild in the foreground 

18 fa. by 23i fa. 



J. LINNELL, Sen., 1850. 
52 A STORM IN HARVEST 
18 fa. by 23£ fa. 



D. MACLISE, R.A. 
52a THE SLEEPING BEAUTY 

"So the piincess, having fallen into a deep sleep for a hundred 
years, was placed in the finest apartment of the palace, on a bed 
embroidered with go! ' and silver. . . ." 

"Bo the good fairy touched with her wand all that was in the 
palace — maids of honour, gentlemen ushers, grooms of the bed-chamber, 
lords-in-waiting, waiting-women, governesses, stewards, cooks' scullions, 
gunrds. porters, pages and footmen. . . ." 

"Even little Bichon, the princess's favourite lap-dog, who lay on 
the bed by h< r sid< — ill fell fast asleep. . . ." 

"At the expiration of a hundred years, the prince arrives. Ho 
approached the castle by a long avenue; he crossed a large court-yard 
paved with marble ; lie ascended the staircase, entered the guard-room 
where the guards were snoring away most lustily ; lie passed through 
several rows of ladies and gentlemen, some sitting, some standing — but 
all asleep." 

"At length lie came to an apartment gilded all over with gold, and 
saw on a magnificent bed, the curtains of which were open all round, a 
princess more beautiful than anything' he had ever beheld. . . ." 

50 fa. by 81 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1841 

From the Collection of John Knowles, Esq., 1865 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1875 



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J. MoWHIRTER, R.A. 

53 A Highland Storm : " Loud roars the wild inconstant blast " 
73 in. by 471 £ n . 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1893 



SIR J. E. MILLAIS, P.R.A., 1853. 
U THE PROSCRIBED ROYALIST, 1651 

"This example represents an incident which might have occurred 
very frequently during the struggle preceding the establishment of the 
Commonwealth in England. A cavalier, hiding in a tree from his 
pursueis, is visited by his fianre'e, the daughter of a neighbouring 
family, who, bringing food for her lover, has i nt< red the sunlit wood, 
and now, looking anxiously about nnd listening in alarm for a coming 
step, yields one hand to his caresses, and with the other hand m o 
her pocket for the provisions. The trunk of the tree of refuge, an 
ancient oak silvered and whitened by age and the lichen-, lies full in 
the sunlight, and shows like a gigantic specimen of silver ore. The 
cavalier, with features besmirched and hair dishevelled, attests what 

had been his hiding place. Between the broken and leafy underw I, 

in the freshest green of natu e, the eye passes from tree to tree, till it 
is lost in the labyrinth of boughs. The model for the cavalier was 
Mr. Arthur Hughes, artist of 'April Love,' a sort of half-brother of the 
Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood ; the lady was painted from Miss Ryan, a 
professional model, who sat for the lady in 'A Huguenot.' The back- 
ground was executed in the summer of 1852, in a small wood near 
Hayes Common, Kent." — /.'.rtmri from the Oi-osvenor Gallery Catalogue, 
1886. 

4(H- in. by 20 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1853 
From the Collection of T. E. Flint, Esq., 1862 
Exhibited at the Grosvcnor Gallery (Special Exhibition of 
Millais Pictures), 1886 

Engraved by W. H. Simmons 
See Illustration 




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SIR J. E. MILLAIS, P.R.A. 

55 The Evil One Sowing Takes 

" Another parable put lio forth unto thorn, saying, the Kingdom of 
Heaven is likened unto a man which sowed good seed in his field ; but 
while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and 
went his way.'' — St. Matthew, xiii. 24, 45. 

'"Satan, represented as an aged evil-minded figure in a dark gaber- 
dine, with wild licks flying about his face, appears in a field, and, with 
grotesque energy and delight in evil, is busily sowing the evil seed. 
The gloom of the night-clouds is made more dreadful by the large 
irregular crescent-shaped gap which divides their bulk behind the head 
and shoulders of the Evil One. 

43 in. by 33 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1865 
Exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery [Special Exhibition of 
Millais' Works), 1886 

Exhibited at the Centennial International Exhibition, Mel- 
bourne, 1889 

Exhibited at the Corporation Art Gallery, Guildhall, 1892 



G. MORLAND. 

56 LANDING FISH : A coast scene, with a group of two fishermen 
and two fisherwomen near a building, and a man bringing fish 
from a boat ; a dog and fish in the foreground 

25 in. by 36 in. 

From the Collection of Haskett Smith, Esq., 1864 



W. J. MULLER. 

57 AN ENCAMPMENT IN THE DESERT. 
31 in. by 83 in. 

See Illustration 



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W. J. MULLER, 1841. 

58 Thebes 

10 in. by 15] in. 

P. NASMYTH, 1828. 

59 LANDSCAPE : A woman in a red cloak on a road, by the side 
of which runs a stream 

34j in. by 25 in. 



P. NASMYTH. 

60 Mountainous Landscape: A pool of water in the foreground, on 

the further side of which is a man leading a white horse 
18J in. by 24£ in. 

G. S. NEWTON, K.A., 1824. 

61 PORCEAUGNAO AND THE DOCTORS 

M. de Porceaugnac. — Parbleu ! Je ne suis pas malade. 
Mulecin. — Mauvais signe lorsqu'un malade ne sent pas son mal. 

Moliere, Monsieur de Porceaugnac, Act I. Scene 11. 

25J i n , by 31 J in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1824 

From the Collection of B. Tunno, Esq., 1863 

See Illustration 

J. OPIE, R.A. 

62 Portrait of Charles Dibdin, the Writer of Nautical Songs, 

Dramatist and Actor. Born in 1715; died in 1814. Full 
face, with a pen in his hand 

30 in. by 24 in. 

Exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery (A Century of British 
Art, 1737 to 1837), 1888 




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J. PETTIE, R.A. 
C3 THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE QUARREL 
30 | in. by 46 in. 



J. PHILLIP, R.A., 1864. 

64 LA GLORIA: A Spanish Wake 

la a letter sent to Sir John Pender, asking that ' La Gloria ' might 
be lent for the Paris International Exhibition of 1867, John Phillip 
wrote, " That in his estimation this was the picture on which his 
reputation in the future would rest." 

56i in. by 85£ in. 
Commenced in Seville in 1860 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1864 
Exhibited at the Liverpool Exhibition, 1865 
Exhibited at the Boyal Scottish Academy, 1866 
Exhibited at the International Exhibition, Paris, 1867 
Exhibited at the International Exhibition, London, 1873 
Exhibited at the Boyal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 

Engraved by T. Oldham Barlow, B.A. 
See Illustration 



J. PHILLIP, R.A., 1861. 

65 THE GIPSY'S TOILET 
32 in. by 41 in. 

From the Collection of John Knowles, Esq., 1865 
See Illustration 

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J. PHILLIP, K.A., 1850. 
66 BAPTISM IN SCOTLAND 
40J in. by 61 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1850 
Exhibited at the International Exhibition, Paris, 1867 



Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
387 

From the Collection of 
picture was painted, 1874 



? 4 1887 

From the Collection of James Eden, Esq., for whom the 



SIK J. REYNOLDS, P.R.A. 
67 PORTRAIT OF PRINCESS SOBIESKI 
29 in. by 24 in. 

From the Collection of Lord Cranstoun 
Exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery (J. Century of British 
Art, 1737 to 1837), 1888 
See Illustration 



SIE J. REYNOLDS, P.R.A. 

68 PORTRAIT OF THE HON. MRS. DAMER, in a crimson 
robe lined with ermine, low-necked dress ; half-length 

This lady was Anne (daughter of the Hon. Seymour Conwny, the 
distinguished General and Field-Marshal, and brother of the first 
Marquess of Hertford), who married John, eldest son of Joseph Darner, 
Earl of Dorchester, of Milton Abbey. She was an amateur artist and 
sculptor of considerable talent, and seems to have been a personal friend 
of Sir Joshua Keynolds. Her name is mentioned several times in 
Leslie and Taylor's ' Life and Times of Sir Joshua Reynolds' : once as 
appearing amongst other ladies of fashion at a famous masquerade. 
in 1772, at the " Pantheon," in male douiino; and on another occasion 
as being captured, with other passengers, whilst crossing the Channel 
in the Dover and Ostend packet, by a French frigate, in 1779. She 
was also a friend of Sir Horace Walpole, and is frequently named in 
his letters. 



291 i n , by 24J in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1773 




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SIR J. REYNOLDS, P.R.A. 

70 POUTHAIT OF THK ARTIST 

29£ in. by 23£ in. 

From the Collection of Samuel Cousins, 11. A. 

SIR J. REYNOLDS, P.R.A. 

71 Portrait of Edmund Bouke : Three-quarter face to the front, 

half-length 

28i in. by 24 t'«. 

BRITON RIVIERE, R.A., 1888. 

72 In Charge : A collie dog on a rough stone wall 

11 in. by 8 J in. 

DAVID ROBERTS, R.A., 1864. 

73 THE CHAPEL IN THE CHURCH OF DIXMUDE, West 

Flanders 

35£ in. by 53^ in. 
Painted for Sir John Pender 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1864 
Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 

See Illustration 

D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1849. 

74 THE INTERIOR OF THE CHURCH OF ST. JACQUES, 

ANTWERP 

45 in. by 36 in. 

D. ROBERTS, R.A. 

75 A Chapel in the Church of St. Jacques, Dieppe 

30 in. by 21 in. 

From thi- Collection "/Lord NorffneicJe, 1859 



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C. STANFIELD, R.A. 
76 THE MEW-STONE, Plymouth Sound 
27^ in. by 42i in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1870 
See Illustration 



C. STANFIELD, R.A., 1859. 

77 THE WRECK : Coast of Antrim 
18 in. by 29 i in. 



J. STARK. 

78 OLD THORTE GROVE, Norwich 
35 in. by 51 in. 
From the Collection of F. Fish, Esq., of Ipswich 



J. STARK. 

79 A Woody Landscape : Gipsies lighting a fire ; in the foreground 
is a young donkey lying down 

21i in. by \7l in. 



J. STARK. 

80 A Landscape. In the foreground to the right tliree men arc 
rabbiting, they have a terrier and a ferret with theni ; in the 
middle distance to the left is a man on horseback in a shallow 
stream ; a windmill is seen on high ground to the right 

17 in. by 2U in. 







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L. ALMA-TADEMA, R.A., 18G1. 

81 THE EDUCATION OF THE CHILDREN OF CLOVIS 
AND CLOTILDE 
50 in. by 69 ] in. 

Formerly in the Collection of H.M. the King of the 
Belgians 

Exhibited at Antwerp, 1861 

Exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery (Exhibition of Alma- 
Tademas Works), 1883 
See Illustration 



J. M. W. TURNER, R A. 

82 MERCURY AND IIERSE 

"Close by the sacred walls in wide Muniehia's plain 
The God well pleased beheld the virgiu train." 

" As Lucifer excels the meanest star. 
Or as the foll-orb'd Phoebe Lucifer, 
So much did Herse all the rest outvie, 
Ami gave a grace to the solemnity." 

Ovid'a Metamorphoses. 

75 in. by 63 in. 

Formerly in the Collection of Sir John E. Swinburne, Bart, 
and bought by Sir John Pender from Miss Swinburne 
Exhibited at the Boyal Academy, 1811 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1872 
Ki i graved by J. Cousen 
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J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

83 WRECKERS: COAST OF NORTHUMBERLAND, with a 
steam boat assisting a ship off shore 
3ih in. by 47 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1834 
Exhibited at the British Institution, 1836 
Obtained direct from the Artist by Elhanan Bichiell, Esq., 
and sold with his Collection in 1863 

Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 

See Illustration 



J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

84 THE STATE PROCESSION, bearing Giovanni Bellini's pictures 

to the Church of the Redeemer, Venice 
28 in. by 44 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1841 
From the Collection of Richard Hemming, Esq. 
Engraved by ,J. T. Willmore, A.R.A. 
See Illustration 



J. M. W. TUKNER, R.A. 

85 VENICE. The Giudecca, Santa Maria della Salute, and San 

Giorgio Maggiore 
24 in. by 36 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1841 
From the Collection of E. Biclcnell, Esq., 1863 

G. VINCENT. 

86 Scotch Landscape. A Highland gillie herding cows 

1*1.;, in. by 26 in. 




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E. M. WARD, E.A. 
87 The Night of Rizzio's Murder 

" The Queen was sitting on a sofa, Rizzio in a chair opposite to her, 
and Murray's sister, the Countess of Argyll, on one side. Arthur 
Erskine, the equerry, Lord Robert Stuart, and the Queen's French 
physician w< re in attendance, standing. 

'• D.irnley placed himself on the sofa at his wife's side. She asked 
him if he supped. He mattered something, threw his arm round her 
waist, and kissed her. As she shrank from him. half surprised, tho 
curtain was again lifted, and against the dark background, alone, his 
corselet glimmering through the folds of a crimson sash, a steel cap 
on his head, and It is face pale, as if he had risen from the grave, 
stood the figure of Ruthven. Glaring for a moment on Darnley, and 
answering his kiss with the one word 'Judas,' Alary Stuart confronted 
the awful apparition, and demanding the meaning of the intrusion. 

" Pointing to Rizzio, and with a voice sepulchral as his features, 
Ruthven answered : 'Let your man come fortli ; he has been here over 
long.' ' What lias he done ? ' the Queen answered; 'he is here by my 
will.' " — Vide Froude's History of England. 

48 in. by 63 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1865 
Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 



T. WEBSTEK, R.A., 1858. 
88 SUNDAY EVENING 

•'Thrice happy is that humble cot, 
Where love abides, though wealth is not ; 
Where the old patriarch, and the child, 
The father strong, the mother mild, 
Ere each the humble pallet press, 
Dwell on tho holy words that bless." 

23i in. by 36 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1858 
Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exibiliou, Manchester, 
1887 
Sec Illustration 



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SIR D. WILKIE, R.A. 
90 THE COTTER'S SATURDAY NIGHT 

" The clicorfu' supper done, wi' serious face, 
They round the ingle form a circle wide : 
The sire turns o'er wi' patriarchal grace, 
The big ha' Bible, ance his father's pride. 
His bonnet rev'rently is laid aside, 
His lyart haffits wearing thin and bare : 
Those strains that once did sweet in Zion glide, 
He wales a portion with judicious care ; 
And ' Let us worship God,' he says, with solemn air." 

Bums. 

The head of the family, who is reading the Bible, is a portrait 
of the artist's brother Thomas. 

33 in. by 421 ,' n . 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1837 

Exhibited at the British Institution, 1842 

From the Collection of Sir F. G. Moon, Bart , 1872, for 
whom the picture was painted 

Engraved by J. Horsburgh 



R. WILSON, R.A. 

91 A HILLY LANDSCAPE: Evening effect. In the foreground 
arc a man, a woman and a dog 

38 in. by 43^ in. 




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MODERN FOREIGN PICTURES. 

ROSA BONHEUR, 1888. 
92 MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPE, with cattle 
25 in. by 39 in. 

Exhibited at the Corporation Art Gallery, Guildhall, 1890 
See Illustration 



P. DE LA ROCHE, 1848. 

93 NAPOLEON CROSSING THE ALPS 

28£ in. by 22 in. 

From the Collection of J. Dillon, Esq., 1869 

Engraved by A. Francois 

P. DE LA ROCHE. 

94 Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane 

19 in. by 10.V in. 

F. L. FRANCAIS. 

95 A Woody Landscape. Two women take a cow to drink at a 

river ; a man and a donkey arc in the foreground 
32£ in. by 52 in. 

J. L. GEROME, 1883. 

96 THE COMEDIANS 

23^ in. by 18 in. 

E. FEEEB, 1863. 

97 The Lunch Basket 

10£ in. by 8£ in. 






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A. HOLMBERG. 

98 FAR FROM THE NoiSY WoBLD 

37 in. by 46 in. 

This was the first picture exhibited by Holmberg in 
England 

A. HOLMBERG. 

99 The Lost Chord 

42 in. by 30^ in. 

Exhibited at the Corporation Art Gallery, Guildhall, 1892 

ARY. SCHEFFER, 1854. 

100 PAOLO AND FRANCESCA. Dante and Virgil encountering 

in Hell tbe spirits of Francesca da Rimini and Paolo 
Malatesta 

" ' wearied spirits ! coine and hold discourse 
With us, if by none else restrained.' As droves 
By fond desire invited, on wide wings 
And linn, to their sweet nest returning home 
Cleave the air, wafted by their will along. 
Thus issued, from that troop where Dido ranks, 
They, through the ill air speeding." 

Dante's Inferno, Canto V. 
44 in. by 63 in. 

Exhibited at the Leeds Exhibition, 1867 
From the Collection of the Earl of Ellesmere, 1870 

C. TROYON, 1856. 

101 THE HEIGHTS OF SURENNES 

34 in. by 51 in. 

From the Collections of M. Crabbt and M. Secretan, Pari,*, 
1889 

Exhibited at the Exposition des Cents Chefs d'CEuvre, 
Paris, 1883 

Engraved by P. Girardet 

See Illustration 




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SCULPTURE. 

W. BRODIE, R.S.A., 1858. 

102 Professor Simpson — marble bust 

M. J. EZECHIEL. 

103 Head of the Apollo Belvedere 

M. J. EZECHIEL. 
101 Bust of a Lady, in profile— bas-relief 
19^ in. by 14 in. 

A. GAL LI. 
105 St. John and the Lamb — a recumbent figure 

A. GALLI. 

10G A Bacchanalian Nymph, playing the cymbals — life size — on 
veined green marble plinth 

A. GALLI. 

107 The Bereft Maiden — life size — on veined green marble plinth 

J. HUTCHINSON, E.S.A., 1859. 

108 John Phillip, R.A.— marble bust 

J. HUTCHINSON, R.S.A., 1864. 

109 Hamlet: An ideal — marble bust: 



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J. A. HOUDON, 1780. 



110 Marie Antoinette — bronze bust — on fleur-de-peche pedestal 
mounted with chased or-molu 



BARON C. MAKOCHETTI, K.A. 
Ill Sin Edwin Landseek, R.A. — marble bust 



End of First Day's Sale. 



Second Day's Sale. 



On MONDAY, MAY 31, 1897, 



AT ONE CLOCK PRECISELY. 



112 General View of Hono Kong — a photograph 

113 A Gentleman and a Lady, temp Elizabeth — a miniature 



WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

114 View of the Island of St. Georgio, Venice; and the Com- 

panion — unframed 2 

11^ in. by 15^ in. 

115 Old Parliament House, Edinburgh— unframed 

10 in. by 14 1 in. 

116 Laying the Atlantic Telegraph — a pair 2 

14 in. by 37 in. 



H. COLEMAN ANGEL. 
117 A Dead Kingfisher 
5 in. by 7} in. 



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H. COLEMAX ANGEL. 

1 18 A Dead Paukakeet 

5 in. by 7| tn. 

B. ANTIGNA. 

119 Head of a Peasant in Red Cap 

19 in. by 15^ in. 

WILFRID BALL, 1893. 

120 Pharaoh's Bed, Phibe : Early morning 

WILFRID BALL. 

121 The Sphinx: Morning 

12 in. by 19 in. 

G. BARRET. 

122 Woody Landscape, with sheep 

12^ in. by 17 in. 

G. BARRET, 1830. 

123 A Classical Landscape: Afternoon 

7} in. by 10 in. 

J. BONIMANN, 1894. 

124 View of a Fakm, with a pool 

7 in. by 9 in. 

MISS ROSE BARTON. 

125 A Foggy Day on the Embankment 

6\ in. by 5\ in. 



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R. P. BONINGTON. 

126 The Rialto, Venice 

8 in. by 10 in. 

From the Collection of John Heugh, Esq., 1878 

R. P. BONINGTON. 

127 A Calm, vessels and boats on a calm si a 

7 £ in. by 10£ in. 

From the Collection of John Hemjh, Esq., 1878 

BOUCHER. 

128 Bacchanalian Boys — a pair, circles 2 

23 in. (Ham. 

SIR F. W. BUETON, R.H.A. 

129 The Squike 

17£ in. by 13 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 

SIR A. W. CALLCOTT, R.A. 

130 A Passing Shower 

29 in. by 44£ in. 

Exhibited at the Whitworth Institute, Manchester, 1891 

W. CALLOW. 

131 Richmond, Yorkshire 

22 in. by 30 in. 

G. CATTERMOLE, 1856. 

132 Chhist Preaching to the AIultitude 

12 in. by 21 in 

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G. CATTERMOLE, 1849. 

133 A Kooky Stream: A inau fishing 

13i in. by 20£ in. 

G. CHAMBERS. 

134 Vessels and Fishing Boats, in a fresh breeze 

10J in. by 16 in. 

G. COLE. 

135 A Waterfall — unframed 

19 % in. by 13^ in. 

E. W. COOKE, R.A. 

136 View of Arrochar, Dumbartonshire 

9 in. by 14 in. 

T. S. COOPER, R.A. 

137 Cattle in a Meadow 

8^ in. by 13 in. 

T. S. COOPER, R.A. 

138 A Cow and Sheep in a Landscape 

10| in. by 8 in. 

J. S. COTMAN, 1833. 

139 A Coast Scene: Dutch fishiug boats on a calm sea 

11£ in. by 8% in. 

From the Collection of John Heugh, Esq., 1878 



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J. H. COZENS. 

140 Gibraltar, from Algcoiras 

181 *«• b y 24 i «»• 

From the Collection of John Ileugh, Esq., 1878 

W. S. GUMMING, 1894. 

141 The Charge of the 93rd Highlanders at Cawnpore, Indian 

Mutiny, November 1857 
39 in. by 27£ in. 

W. S. CUM MING. 

142 A Drummer op the 2nd Gordon Highlanders 

P. DE LA ROCHE. 

143 An Interior. There are five ladies, three of whom arc seated 

and two standing 
7£ in. by 5\ in. 

P. DE LA ROCHE. 

144 An Interior. Five figures in costume of the seventeenth 

century 

1\ in. by 5' r in. 

W. C. T. DOBSON, K.A., 1873. 

145 The Camelia 

22 in. by 19 in. 

J. DRUMMOND, R.S.A., 1857. 

146 SrEKE Hall, near Liverpool — in pencil 

8£ in. by 12 in. 

D 2 



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R. DUDLEY, 1870. 
147 Landing the Telegraph Cable at Porthcurnow, Cornwall, 
1870 

14^ in. by 22 in. 

W. DUFFIELD, 1859. 
149 Studies — unframed 

9| in. by 17 J in. 



E. DUNCAN, 1861. 
150 The Storm: A disabled ship and some wreckage in a storm 
11 J in. by 24 in. 



W. DYCE, R.A. 
151 Pegwell Bay 

9f in. by 13£ in. 

Exhibited at the Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 1887 

Exhibited at the Whit worth Institute, Manchester, 1891 



W. EVANS. 
152 A Welsh Landscape: A man fisbing in a rocky mountain 
stream 

13 in. by 19 \ in. 



BIRKET FOSTER. 
153 The Fekuy Boat 

4| in. by 7 in. 



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BIRKET FOSTER. 

154 The Tower of S. Angelo, Rome 

5£ in. by 3? in. 

BTRKET FOSTER. 

155 In Bubgos : A view of the cathedral 

6£ in by 3$ in. 



BIRKET FOSTER, 

156 Dolbadern Tower, Llanberis 

5£ in. by 3j in. 

T. GAINSBOROUGH, R.A. 

157 Portrait of a Lady — a sketch in crayon, oval 

12 in. by 9 in. 

H. GASTINEAU. 

158 Ruthin Castle 

7 J in. by 10 in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

159 View of Athens, from St. Catherine's Hill 

11 in. by 17 in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

160 View of the Acropolis and Tueseum, Athens, from tho rail- 

way station 

12 in. by 18^ in. 



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COUNT A. S. G1ALLINA. 

1G1 The Parthenon, Athens 
11 in. by 17 in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

162 The Monument of Tyssiorotes 

17 in. by 11 in. ' 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

163 The Temple of ^olus, Athens 

17^ in. by 11 in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA'. 

164 The Theseum, Athens 

11 in. by 17 in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

165 The Fortress, Athens 

12 in. by 18 in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

166 View of Athens, from St. Catherine's Ilill 

12 in. by 18 in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA'. 

167 The Columns of the Temple of Jupiter, Athens 

12 in. by 18£ in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

168 View of J Pantaleone poso 

11 in. by 17 in. 



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COUiNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

169 The Parthenon, Athens 

11 in. by 18 in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

170 View of Athens, with the Acropolis . 

12 in. by 24 in. 

COUNT A. S. GIALLINA. 

171 The Acropolis, Athens, from the Monument of Philopopus 

12 in. by 18.V t». 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1894. 

172 Brick-Makers in Egypt, excavating the wet earth 

22 in. by 16 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A. 

173 Leaving the Village : Time of overflow 

22 in. by 17 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A. 

174 The Potteries near Cairo : Copt lawyer drawing up the 

hollers contract 
11 in. by 24 J in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1891. 

175 A Fruit-Seller of Alexandria 

11 in. by 6 in. 



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F. GOODALL, R.A., 1893. 

176 Close of the Moslem's Day of Toil 

10 in. by 21J in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1893. 

177 The Hot Coffee Seller 

12 in. by 6 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1893. 

178 Pasture in the Feiyoom 

8 in. by 16 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1894. 

179 Water Carriers on the Nile, near the Pyramids 

15 in. by 35 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1893. 

180 Children of the Copt Quarteu 

11 in. by 6 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1893. 

181 Leading the Flock to Pasture : Early morning, Egypt 

6 in. by 14 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1893. 

182 Lifting the Water Jar 

13^ in. by 8 in. 

F. GOODALL, R.A., 1894. 

183 Bedouin Shepherdess Spinning Wool 

17 in. by 11 in. 



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I COODALL, R.A., 1893. 

184 The Sheikh's Daughtek Sowing the Doubba 

9 in. by 204; in. 

KEELEY HALSAVELLE, A. U.S.A., 1879. 

185 Tin. Haunt or the Wild Fowl 

19 in. by 30| in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A. U.S.A., 1887. 

186 A Street in Conbtantine, Algeria 

9i in. by 14 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A., 1869. 

187 The Gkave of John Keats, Romo 

9.V in. by lil in. 

Presented to Sir Joh-i Pender by Sir James Simpson 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A. 

188 The Last Load of Hay: A stormy evening 

22 in. by 29 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A., 1882. 

189 On the Chekwell 

28 in. by 48 hi. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A., 1885. 

190 The Mosque at Buoussa, Asia Minor 

11 in. by 20 J in. 



I'J 



J. I?. HERBERT, R.A., 1838, 1859. 
11)1 Spanish Ladies at the Entrance to a Church 
8^ in. by 6^ in. 

H. HERKOMER, If. A., 1887. 

192 Triumphant Spring 

13J t». by 23 in. 

H. HERKOMER, R.A., 1887. 

193 Retired on a Pension 

9^ tn. by 6 J mi. 

J. A. HOUSTON, R.S.A., 1864. 

194 Evening in the Highlands: An eagle has alighted on a dead 

ram 

17 in. by 28J in. 

J. A. HOUSTON, R.S.A., 1867. 

195 Menard Castle, Loch Fync 

15 in. by 22^ in. 

W. HUNT. 

196 Flowers in a Jug 

lOf in. by 7^ in. 

S. P. JACKSON. 

197 The Coast-Guard's Night Watch 

14 in. by 22£ in. 

C. JONES. 

198 The Yacht " Lady Pendek " 



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MRS. Ii. LOWE. 

199 A View of Athens, with the Temple of Theseus 

8£ in. by 19i in. 

JHLR8. R. LOWE. 

200 Welsh Landscape : A road leading over a bridge, on which are 

two figures, crossing a mountain torrent; mountains in the 
distance 

12;L m. by 22 in. 

HON. MRS. M. C. LOWTIIER. 

201 St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London 

8 J in. by 11 in. 

MISS LOWTHER. 

202 The Monument, from Hay's Wliarf 

E. FALKLAND LUCY. 

203 The Haunted Pool 

26 in. by 42 in. 

J. MoWHIRTER, R.A. 

204 The Harbour, Genoa 

13;; in. by 20^ in. 

Exhibited at the Buyal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 
Exhibited at the International Exhibition, Glasgow, 1888 

H. MAXWELL. 

205 A View of the Tiber, Rome, tlio castle of St. Augelo in the 

distance 

8.\ in. by l'6\ in. 



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W. MAXWELL. 

20G A River Scene, with a castle and a bridge — unframed 
11 in. by 15 in. 

W. MAXWELL* 

207 Thk Companion —unframed 

11 in. by 15 in, 

MORTIMER MEMPES. 

208 A Turkish Fruit Stai,l 

4 in. by 3 in. 

MORTIMER MEMPES. 

209 Turkish Figures at a Doorway 

6 in. by 3£ in. 

MORTIMER MEMPES. 

210 A Turkish Bazaar 

5 in. by 9 in 

W. MULREADY, R.A. 

211 An Old Norman Porch 

19 in. by 13^ in. 

From the Collection of Dr. John Percy, F.H.S., 1890 

W. A. NESFIELD. 

212 A Scotch Landscape, mountains and a torrent ; a stormy 

sky 

11^ in. by 15.\ ;'//. 



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II. R. NEWMAN, 1892. 

213 Phile : Interior of the temple 

15 in. by 9 in. 

(i. NICHOLSON. 

214 DoLBADEKN ToWKK 

19 in. by 14 in. 

From the Collection of Dr. J. Percy, 1890 

BRSKINB NICOL, A.R.A., 1855. 

215 Argument 

11 in. by 1<>.\ in. 

ERSKINE NICOL, A.R.A., 1855. 
21G Conviction 

The Companion 
14 in. by 10j in. 

P. F. POOLE, R.A. 

217 The Pikd Soaker 

12.^ in. by 9} in. 

S. PROUT. 

218 An Old Hulk 

8| in. by 12£ in. 

S. PRODT. 

219 On the Rhine 

10 in. by 7 A in. 



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S. PROUT. 

220 A View of Rome — in pencil — unframel 

10 in. by 14j in. 

W. A. RIXON, 1890. 

221 Cameron House, Loch Lomond 

14 in. by 29^ era. 

D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1851. 

222 Interior of the Church of the Frari, Venice. The door of 

the sacristy, with the monument of Benedetto resaro, and 
the equestrian statue of Paolo Savelli 
12f in. by 21 in. 

D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1839. 

223 Gate of the Metwalis, Cairo 

19|L in. by 12J in. 

Lithographed in Roberts's " Holy Land and Egypt," 
Vol. VL 

D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1837. 

224 The Mosque of Sui-tan Hassan, Cairo, from the Great Square 

of the Rumeyleh 

12^ in. by 19 in. 

Exhibited at the International Exhibition, London, 1872 

Lithographed in Roberts's 'Holy Land and Egypt' Vol. VI. 

D. ROBERTS, R.A. 

225 The Bazaar of the Silk Mergers, El Chatrcshyeh, Cairo 

21 in. by 13 in. 

Lithographed in Robertas ' Holy Land and Egypt ' Vol. VI. 



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]). ROBERTS, R.A., 1823. 

226 The Cathedral of Abbevii.u; 

14 in. by 9\ in. 

Exhibited at the International Exhibition, London, 1872 

D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1839. 

227 The Temple at Baalbeo : Remains of the Western Portico 

21 in. by 13 in. 

Lithographed in Roberts's 'Hoi;/ Land and Egypt,' Vol. II. 

D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1833. 

228 A Foutkess in Arabia Petr^a 

13£ in. by 9 in. 

D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1838. 

229 Bazaar of the Street leading to the Mosque of tiie 

Mooristan, Cairo 
19 in. by 13 in. 
Lithographed in Roberts's ' Holy Land and Egypt,' Vol. VI. 

D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1839. 

230 A General View of Cairo from the West 

131 in. by 21 in. 

Lithographed in Roberts's ' Holy Land and Egypt,' Vol. VI. 

D. ROBERTS, R.A. 

231 The Square of Rumeyleh, Cairo: The entrance to the citadel 

12£ in. by 19 in. 

Exhibited at the International Exhibition, London, 1872 

Lithographed in Roberts's ' Holy Land and Egypt,' Vol.VI. 



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D. ROBERTS, R.A., 1832. 

232 Aauon Delivering the Message to tue Elders of Israel 

9 in. by 12^ in. 

D. ROBERTS, R.A. 

233 Gateway at Denderah 

9 in. by 13 in. 

Lithographed in Roberts s 'Holy Land and Egypt,' Vol. IV. 

R. SEATON. 

234 Lincluden Abbey, near Dumfries 

14Jr in. by 20 in. 

From the Collection of Dr. John Percy, F.B.S., 1890 

F. SMALLFIELD, 1856. 

235 A Peasant Woman, reading a letter 

17^ in. by 12£ in. 

P. SMALLFIELD, 185G. 

236 An Italian Pifferabi and a Boy 

18^ in. by 13^ in. 

COLLINGWOOD SMITH. 

237 Near Bettws-y-Coed 

12^ in. by 19 in. 

G. A. STOREY, A. R.A. 

238 Coming Events 

■1 1 in. by 19;^ in. 



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F. TAYLER. 

239 The Gamekeeper's Home 

12| in. by 1C in. 

Exhibited at the International Exhibition, London, 1872 

E. TATLER. 

240 A Lady with a Fan ; and Studies — pencil sketches 

F. TATLER. 

241 TnE Ford ; and A Trooper and arras — pencil sketches 

F. W. TOrHAM, 1857. 

242 A Bkittany Mother and her Two Children 

23£ in. by 19 J- in. 

J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

243 Southwell Minster — an early drawing 

15 in. by 18* in. 

J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

244 View of a Foreign Town 

1\ in. by 10} in. 
J "U 

J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

245 View of a Slate Quarry — unf rained 

9£ in. by 15 in. 

J. VARLEY. 

24G Welsh Landscape, two figures in a punt in the foreground 
20 \ in. by 29 in. 

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E. M. WARD, R.A. 

247 Grinling Gibbons's first Introduction at Court. Study in 

monochrome for the picture in the possession of Sir John 
Pender, G.C.M.G., M.P., at Arlington Street 

15 in. by 18 in. 

Presented by the Artist to Lady Pender 

WATTEAU (After> 

248 A Fete Champetre — a fan mount 

9 2 in. by 21 in. 

From the Collection of Wymn Ellis, Esq. 

J. W. WHYMPER, 1851. 

249 Landscape, with a village in mid-distance 

6 \ in. by 18 in. 

A. W. WILLIAMS. 

250 Pont-t-Pair, North Wales 

6£ in. by 9£ in. 

P. DE WINT. 

251 Distant View of Windsor Castlk. In the foreground a man 

is watering two horses in the river uear a wooden bridge 
12 in. by 18 in. 
Exhibited at the International Exhibition, London, 1872 

P. DE WINT. 

252 A River Scene, with church and bridge 

9 in. by 13 in. 



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W. WYLD, 1879. 

253 Venice: A side canal 

9 in. by 11| in. 

U. WYLD. 

254 Conway Castle : From Bodloudeb 

7£ in. by 11 in. 



OLD PORTRAITS. 

255 Portrait of a Gentleman, in an embroidered black doublet 

and lace collar ; three-quarter length portrait, standing, 
nearly full face. " Aetatia suae 26, Anno D"' 1661," in- 
scribed on the panel 
44 in. by 32 in. 

256 Bust Portrait op a Man in Armour 

14 in. by 11 J in. 

257 Portrait of a Lady, standing at a table, on which rests her 

right hand, whilst her left is on her stomacher ; she wears a 
high collar 

49 in. by 39$ in. 

258 Portrait of a Lady, in a low dress, with pearl necklace ; 

half length 

27 in. by 22 in. 

259 Portrait of a Lady, half length 

29 in. by 22£ in. 

260 Portrait of a Lady, in * ruff ; half length 

23£ in. by 19£ in. 

261 Portrait of a Lady, in a cap and ruff, and with pearl necklace 

15 in. by 12 in. 



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262 Portrait of an Elderly Lady, wearing a large white collar 

and close black cap ; half length ; 1G58 
29 in. by 23£ in. 

263 Portrait of a Boy, in a brown coat and yellow waistcoat, 

holding a goldfinch on a finger of his right hand ; half- 
length 

23 in. by 19^ in. 

264 Portrait of a Lady, three-quarter length, standing, with a 

cap on ; in one hand she holds a watch 

Inscriledon the canvas , ,. ,,. „ 

36 in. by 27 in. 

From the Collection of Bethdl Walrond, Esq. 

265 Portrait of a Gentleman, with pointed beard, in a black coat, 

and with lace collar and cuffs ; half length, nearly full faco 

Inscribed on the canvas 1/>0 - „ 
Jo2o 

36 in. by 26 in. 

From the Collection of Bethell Walrond, Esq. 

266 Portrait of a Lady, in a low-necked white satin dress, holding 

a red cloak ; three-quarter length, slightly turned to the 
right, standing in a landscape 
49 in. by 39 in. 

267 Portrait of a Girl, in a red dress with lace collar and cuffs, 

and holding a book in her right hand, a ring is sus}>euded 
by a cord round her neck ; half length, standing. " /Etatis 
susd 9," is inscribed on the back — oval 
29 in. by 24 in. 

268 Portrait of an Oppioeb, in armour 

29 in. by 24 in. 



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269 Pobtbait ok a Divine, three-quarter length, seated, in a black 

gown with whito Lands and cuffs 
44 in. by 30 in. 

270 Portrait of a Gentleman, in a dark coat, and with a white 

lace cravat, short powdered wig ; half length, head turned 
slightly to the right 
23 in. by 39 in. 

271 Portrait of a Gentleman, in a red dress with a laco scarf and 

wig ; half-length, three-quarter face to the front 

29 in. by 24 in. 

272 Portrait of a Lady, in a blue dress ; half length, turned to 

the left 

30 in. by 25 in. 

273 Portrait of a Youth, in a brown dress, and with a white laco 

scarf; half length, turned to the left, face three-quarters to 
the front 

29i in. by 21 in. 

274 Portrait of a Gentleman, in a grey coat, a light blue waist- 

coat, and with a powdered wig ; half length, slightly turned 
to the left 

29 in. by 23 in. 

275 Portrait of a Lady, half length, seated with her hands crossed, 

figure turned to the left 

30 in. by 21 in. 

276 Portrait of a Lady, in a low-necked blue dress ; half length, 

the head turned slightly to the left 
29 in. by 21 *'«. 

277 Portrait of a Gentleman, in a light puce-coloured coat, and 

with a white cravat, wearing a powdered wig ; half length, 
turned to the right 
29£ in. by 21 in. 



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278 Portrait of a Ladt, in a black embroidered dress with a high 

ruff, a pearl necklace and head-dress; half length, head 
slightly turned to the left 

26 in. by 20£ in. 

279 Portrait of a Lady, in a low white satin dress with a blue 

bow and trimmed with pearls ; half length, turned slightly 
to the right 

30 in. by 24£ in. 

280 Portrait of a Gentleman, in a brown coat and white waistcoat, 

both having brass buttons, and with a white cravat, powdered 
wig ; half length — oval 

29 in. by 24 in. 



End of Second Day's Sale. 



Third Day's Sale. 



On TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1897, 



AT ONE O OLOOK PRECISELY. 



MODERN PICTURES. 

281 Two Scotch Terriers 

27 in. by 36 in. 

282 A Steam Ship of the European and Columbian Company 

283 A Yacht in full Sail 

284 Portrait of Charles James Fox, iu a dark blue coat witb 

brass buttons ; bust, nearly full face 
24 in. by 18 in. 

285 Russell as "Jerry Sneak," Brighton Theatre 

21 in. by 14^ in. 

From the Collection of John Heugh, Esq., 1878 

286 Portrait of Mr. Holmes, the great grandfather of Lady 

Pender; three-quarter length, seated in an arm-chair 
30 in. by 25 in. 

MARY BEALE. 

287 Portrait of Charles II , half length, in armour 

29 in. by 25 in. 



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A. BIERSTADT. 

288 The " Old and Faithful Geyser," Yellowstone Park 

36 in. by 25 in. 

Presented to Lady Pender by the Artist 

H. J. BODDINGTON. 

289 A Landscape. On a road under trees are a woman and a child ; 

an old cottage is seen to the left 

1] J in. by 15k in. 

H. J. BODDINGTON. 

2'JO A Lane Scene, with distant landscape ; a peasant with a dog 
is talking to a woman who is seated on the ground 

20 in. by 16 in. 

W. COLLINS, R.A. 

291 ^Portrait of Bishop Chase, half length, with a black cap and 

wearing spectacles. Carlton Chase was born in Hopkinton, 
New Hampshire, in 1794 ; for twenty-four years he was 
pastor of Bellows Falls, Vermont ; in 1844 he was conse- 
crated first Bishop of New Hampshire ; Bishop Chase died 
in 1870 

29 in. by 24 in. 

Presented by the Artist to the Rev. W. Dodsworth 
Afterwards in the Collection of John lleugh, Esq. 

J. COOMANS. 

292 An Offering to the Gods 

22 in. by '>2 in. 



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T. SIDNEY COOPEB, R.A. 

293 "Winter Timk" 

10 1 in. by 15k in. 

J. CROME. 

294 Moonlight Scene, with boats and windmill 

8| in. by 10 in. 

J. CROME. 

295 The Edge ok a Wood. Two peasants arc in the foreground to 

tlio left, whilst a third, more distant, is on a road to the 
right 

19} In. by 22. \ in. 

SIR W. F. DOUGLAS, P.R.S.A. 

296 The Lonely Shore 

12 in. by 20 in. 

SIR AV. F. DOUGLAS, P.R.S.A. 

297 Prestonpans 

10} in. by 20 in. 

J. DOWNMAN, A.R.A. 

298 Lady Loraine, in low white satin dress, pearl necklace and 

earrings ; half length, turned slightly to tho left 

28 in. by 22.1 in. 



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J. DRUMMOND, R.S.A., 1861. 

299 Ckomwell at Edixburgh. After the Battle of Dunbar on 

September 3rd, 1650, when the Scottish troops under Leslie 
were defeated, Edinburgh, with the exception of the Castle, 
surrendered to Cromwell, who passed the winter there 

35 in. by 52 in. 

Exhibited at the International Exhibition, London, 1862 

J. DRUMMOND, R.S.A., 1856. 

300 Watt Tinlin 

IV. 

Now loud the heedful gate-ward cried — 

'Prepan ye all for blows and blood ! 
Watt Tinlin,* from the Liddel-side. 

Comes wading through the Hood.' 
* * * * 

v. 
While thus In spoke, the bold yeoman 
Entered the echoing barbican. 
He led a small and shaggy nag, 
That through a bog, from hag to hag, 
Could bound like any Billhope stag. 
It bore his wife and children twain ; 
A half-clothed serf was all their train : 
His wife, stout, ruddy, and dark-brow 'd, 
Of silver brooch and bracelet proud, 
Laughed to her friends among the crowd. 
He was of stature passing tall, 
But sparely formed, and lean withal ; 
A batter'd morion on his brow : 
A leather jack, as fence enow, 
On his broad shoulders loosely hung ; 
A border axe behind was slung ; 
His spear, six Scottish ells in length, 
Se< med newly dyed with gore; 
His shafts and bow, of wondrous strength,' 
His hardy partner bore. 

Lay of the Last Minstrel, Canto IV. 

* This pi I'm Hi wa.-, in my younger days, the theme of many a fireside 
tale. He was a retainer of the Buccleugh family, and held for his 
border service a small tower on the frontii rs of Liddesdale. N atl was, 
by profession, a sutor; but, by inclination and practice, an archer and 
warrior. — Note by Sir Walt* r Sc >tt 

30 in. by 48 in. 

Exhibited at the Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester, 1857 



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J. DEUMMOND, R.S.A. 

301 An Edinburgh Armourer's Shop, in the time of Charles I. : A 

Highland Chief selecting weapons 
36^ in. by 29^ in. 

J. DRUMMOND, R.S.A. 

302 Thk Entrance Porch to Speke Hall, near Liverpool 

11 in. by 15 in. 

J. DRUMMOND, K.S.A., 1857. 

303 The Blind Fiddler 

18 in. by 15 in. 

SIR C. EASTLAKE, P.R.A. 

304 Temple of Theseus, Athens 

15 in. by 18 in. 

Presented by Lady Eastlalce to Sir John Pender, in May 
1887 

A. L. EGG, R.A., 1855. 

305 The Prisoner 

" Come, rest in this bosom, my own stricken deer ; 
Though the herd have fled from thee, thy home is still hi 
Here still is the smile that no cloud can o'ercaat, 
And a heart and a hand nil thy own till the last. 

" Oh ! what was love made for, if 'tis not the same 
Through joy and through torment, through glory and shamo? 
I know not, I ask not, if guilt 'a in t hat heart, 
I hut know that I love thee, whatever thou art. 

" Thou hast called me thy angel in moments of bliss, 
And thy angel I'll be 'mid the horrors of this, — 
Through the furnace, unshriuking, thy steps to pui 
And shield thee, and save thee, or perish there too." 

Moore's Irish Melodies. 
17^ in. by l::. 



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J. LEON Y ESCOSURA, 1869. 

306 The Argument. A lady, seated, is talking to a gentleman who 

holds his walking-stick behind his back 
5| in. by 4^- in. 

J. FAED, R.S.A. 

307 The Royal Scottish Justiciary : An incident in tbe time of 

James I. of Scotland 

" On an occasion, a nobleman of high rank and also near kinsman 
of the King's, having quarrelled in the Court with a young Baron, so 
far forgot the Royal presence as to strike his opponent on the face. 
James instantly caused him to be apprehended, ordered him to stretch 
upon the Council table the hand that had dealt the blow, and then, 
putting a naked cutlnss, or hunting knife, into the hand of the injured 
Baron, he commando 1 him, on pain of death, to hew off the offending 
member from the wrist. The new executioner shuddered and grew 
powerless; tho culprit remained for a full hour with his bared arm 
upon this strange block ; it was only after the Queen, her ladies, and 
the clergy present had knelt and wearied themselves with supplication, 
that James would remit the penalty. But even then the culprit did 
not wholly escape, for he was banished from the Court whose sanctity 
he had so rudely violated." — Vide Thomson, History of Scotland. 

14^ in. by 20 in. 



R. FALKENBERG, 1887. 

308 A Peaceful Evening 

54 tn. by 34 in. 

A. FGITJLA. 

309 The Toreador 

6^ in. by 10] tn. 

C. FIELDING 

310 Scene near Inveroran, Argyllshire 

121 in. by 16 in. 



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F. GOODALL, R.A., 1859-70. 

311 Head of a Sheikh 

21 in. by 15 in. 

BARON T. GUDIN, 1811 

312 A Coast Soene : Several figures and a (isbing boat on a beacb ; 

a calm sea 

18 in. by 25 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.It.S.A., 1888. 

313 Constantinople 

]2:\- in. by 19£ in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A. 

311 Delos: Ruined pillars in tbo foreground 
105 in. by 19 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A. 

315 " Green-Robed Senators " — Keats 

25 in. by 15 in. 

Exhibited in the Collection of Pictures of Thames Scenery, 
" Six Years in a House-Boat" by Keeley Halsicclle, 1883 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A., 1882. 

316 Wittenham Clumps : Day's Lock 

" Clouds, in heaven's loom 
Wrougbl through varieties of shape and shade, 
In ample folds of drapery divine. 
Thy flowing mantle form, and, heaven throughout, 
Voluminously pour thy pompous train." 

Young. 
24 in. by li in. 

Exhibited in the Collection of Pictures of Thames Scenery, 

"Six Years in a Ilims.-Boat," by Keeley Halswelle, 1883 



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KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A. 

317 On the Common, Danbury 

9 in, by 13 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A. 

318 Study of Trees 

10^ in. by 18 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A. U.S.A. 

319 Near Grace's Walk, Boreham 

10J in, ly 18 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A., 1886. 

320 Gibraltar, from tbe Spanisb shore 

11 in. by 24 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A. 

321 A Mountain Side 

14 in. by 24 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A. 

322 Study of Sky and River 

14 in. by 24 in. 

KEELEY nALS WELLE, A.R.S.A. 

323 Sky Effect 

10 in. by 16 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A. 

324 Isle of Skyk : Landscape and neks 

10.^ in. by 18 tn. 






KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.B.S.A. 

325 On TnE Grkta 

12 in. by 19 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A. 
32G Landscape, with old mill 
lOJ in. by 18 in. 

KEELEY HALSWELLE, A.R.S.A., 1885. 

327 Near Slioacoan, Skyo 

14 in. by 24 in. 

F. D. HARDY. 

328 The Sisters. Two cbildron arc seated on the edgo of a bed ; 

tbe elder one is reading to the younger 
11£ in. by 9 in. 
Exhibited at the London International Exhibition, 1872 

MRS. HOPWOOD. 

329 Head op an Otter Hound — oval 

17 in. by 15 } 2 in. 

I 

II. KEM.M 

330 Marguerite at the Shrine 

27 in. by 19 in. 

II. KEMM. 

331 News from the Front 

27 in. by 19 in. 



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BARON H. LEYS. 

332 A Flemish Interior. Two ladies are seated at a table, whilst 

a sportsman, who has just returned with some game, talks to 
a servant ; a child is seated on the floor 

24 in. by 32 in. 

From the Collection of the Baron du Bois de Ferrieres 

A. A. LESREL. 

333 The Sign Painter 

18 in. by 1J| in. 

T. V. LISTER. 

334 A Cor-Tio Monastery on the Nile : A souvenir of the voyago 

of S.S. "Mirror," 1890 
9£ in. by 13^ in. 

H. S. MARKS, R.A. 

335 Three White Cockatoos : Evening 

" It is well to be off with the old love 
Before you are on with the new." 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1893 

COMTE DE MONTPEZAT. 

33G A Lady on Horseback, in a red jacket and white silk skirt, a 
hat with along feather— in oval frame 
22 in. by 18 in. 

COMTE DE MONTPEZAT. 
337 A Lady on a Prancing Black Horse — oval frame 
22 in. by 18 in 



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G. NORLAND. 

338 A Woody Landscape : A shepherd seated on a bank with Lis 

dog by the Bide of a road, on which are soiuo sheep 
10J in. by 12J in. 

G. MOIJLAND. 

339 Three Sheep in a Barn ; Two Donkeys in an Old Stable— 

a pair 2 

7j in. by 9. J, in. 

G. NORLAND. 

340 IIalp-Lengtii Portrait of a Man, the head turned three- 

quarters to the right — oval 
19 in. by lfii in. 

W. MOSMAN, 1793. 

311 Portrait of a Lady, in a low dress, and with her hands 
crossed ; half length, seated, turned to the left 
40 in. by 30 in. 

W. MULREADY, R.A. 

342 A Landscape. On tho left is a cottage, in front of which is a 

broad river ; on the bank aro two boys fishing 
12i in. by 9 in. 

G. S. NEWTON, R.A. 
(After Sir J. Reynolds). 

343 Madlle. Schinderlin, half lcngt'i, in an oval ; with cap. muff and 

black mantle 

A German singer of some reputation. MissBurney Bays: "She was 
young and handsome, her voice poor ; slie was silly and a coquette" 

8 in. by 6£ in. 

From the Collection of John FTcugh. Esq., 1878 

Sir Joshua "Reynolds' •picture was engraved by J. 11. Smith 



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J. OPIE, R.A. 

344 Bust Portrait of a Gentleman, with face slightly turned to 

the left 

J. OPIE, E.A. 

345 Portrait of Dr. Wolcot — " Peter Tindar " ; bust, side face. 

John Wolcot, who was born at Dodbrooke, Devonshire, in 
1738, was an M.D. of Aberdeen. He accompanied Lord 
William Trelawny to Jamaica as physician. While residing 
in that island he took holy orders, and was presented with a 
living. On his return to England he settled at Truro, whence 
he removed to Helston ; and it was while he resided in 
Cornwall that he drew from obscurity the painter Opie, with 
whom in 1870 he came to London. After his arrival in the 
metropolis he soon rendered himself conspicuous by his satiric 
and humorous poetry, published under the pseudonym of 
" Peter Pindar." Among his most finished works are ' Lyric 
Odes to the Royal Academicians,' and ' The Louisiad.' In 
the decline of life he became blind, and died in London in 
1819 

23 in. by 19| in. 

From the Collection of John Heugh, E»q., 1878 

A. OSSANI, 1864. 

34G The Muse ; and The Tortoise Lyre 2 

29 in. by 24 in. 

E. PAVY, 1888. 

347 An Orange Seller, Cairo 

7 in. by 4^ in. 

P. E. L. PERBOYRE. 

348 A Regiment of French Cuirassiers, cantering along a road 

12,1 in. by 151 ? ' w . 



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A. E. PL ASS AN. 

349 Maternal Affection 

■ r ) | in. by •'!', in. 

P. F. POOLE, B.A., LSlii. 

350 At TriE Spring: A girl with a pitclior 

23$ in. by 19£ in. 

SIR H. BAEBUBN, P. A. 

351 Portrait of the Eev. A. Thompson, half length, three-quarter 

face to the front 
29£ in. by 3 1 | it) . 

Exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery (A Century of British 
Art, 1737 to 1837), 1888 

J. BAMO. 

352 A Bum, Fighter ; and two Spanish figures 3 

SIB J. BEYNOLDS, P.R.A. 

353 Portrait of Mrs. Martin of Plymouth, wife of Mr. J. Martin, 

of Bupert Street, Leicester Square 
29 in. by 24£ in. 

From the Collection of Richard Ward, Esq., ami John 
Heugh, E.<q. 

1). ROBERTS, K A. 

:!•")! The Houses of Parliament, Westminster 
lOj in. by 23J in. 

G. BOMNKY. 
355 Head of a Lady, nearly full face — oval 
18 in. by 12 in. 

F 2 



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G. ROMNEY. 

356 Head of a Lady, the face turned to the left — oval 

18 in. by 12 in. 

L. RU1PEREZ. 

357 A Man Seated at a Table, smoking a long pipe 

6 J in. by 4f in. 

M. SCHOTEL. 

358 Dutch Fishing Boats : A calm sea 

30 in. by 39 in. 

From the Collection of the Baron du Bois de Ferrieres 

H. SCHOUTEN. 

359 Cattle in a Meadow 

25 in. by 34 in. 

H. SCHOUTEN. 

360 Cooks and Hens 

9£ in. by 15^ in. 

A. SCHREYER. 

361 Mounted Cossack in a Snowstorm 

6£ in. by 4| in. 

C. STANFIELD, R.A., 1859. 

362 The Derelict, Goodwin Sands 

18£ in. by 29J in. 

J. STARK. 

363 A Landscape : A gleaner and a cliild under some trees 

9 in. by 7 in. 



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II. STONE. 

364 Foktbait of Ciiable8 L, three-quarter face to the front, half 

length 

29| in. by 25 in. 

W. E. SYMONDS, 1891. 

365 Portrait of the Most Noble the Marquis of Tweeddale, 

half length, side face 
24£ in. by 20 in. 
Exhibited at the Society of Portrait Painters, 1891 

W. It. SYMONDS, 1892. 

366 Portrait of Sir James Anderson, half length 

24£ in. by 20 in. 

MAX TODT. 

367 Flirtation 

9 in. by Hi in. 

J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

368 Fishing Boats in a Rough Sea : Grey sky 

9 in. by 13 in. 

G. VINCENT. 

369 A Woody Landscape: A road on which is a donkey with 

panniers, followed by a man and a woman; to the right is 
some water 

12 in. by 14.V in. 

G. VINCENT. 

370 A Landscape, with a river on which is a boat, a cottage is scon 

tu the left ; there aro four figures 
9 in. by 13^ in. 



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E. M. WARD, R.A. 

371 Geinling Gibbons's First Introduction at Court 

" 1st March. — I caused Mr. Gibbons to bring to Whitehall his excel- 
lent piece of carving, where, being come, I advertised his Majesty. . . . 
. . No sooner was lie entered and cast his eye on the work, but lie was 

astonished at the curiosity of it He commanded it should be 

immediately carried to the Queen's Bide to show her. It was carried up 
into her bedchamber, where she was, and the King being called away, 
left us with the Queen, believing she would have bought it. it being a 
crucifix; but his Majesty was gone. A French peddling woman, one 
Madanie de Boord, who used to bring petticoats and fans, and baubles 
out of France to the ladies, began to find fault with several things in 
the work, which she understood no more than an ass or a monkey, so 
as in a kind of indignation I caused the person who hi ought it to carry 
it back to the chamber, finding the Queen so much governed by an 
ignorant French woman, and this incomparable artist had his labour 
only for his pains." — Evelyn's Diary. 

32J in. by 39 in. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1869 

Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 



T. WEBSTER, R.A., 1863. 

372 A Game at Draughts 

llf in. by 17 in. 

Purchased by Sir John Pender from the Artist 
Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1864 
Exhibited at the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester, 
1887 

P. WESTCOTT. 

373 Portrait of Henry Denison, Esq., throe-quarter length, 

seated in an arm-chair ; figure slightly turned to the right — 
oval 

43^ in. by 34 in. 



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P. WESTCOTT. 
874 Portrait of Mn. T. A. Gibb, half length, seated — in oval 
frame 

35 in. hy 27 in. 

SIR D. WILKIE, R.A. 

375 The Baptism 

14 in. hy 9^ in 

Formerly in the Collection of Lady Chantrcy, 1861 

SIR D. WILKIE, R.A 

376 Head of a Rough-Coated White Terrieu 

9 1 in. hy 7 J in. 

F. WILLEMS. 

377 After the Masquerade : A lady in a white satin dress, with a 

domino in her hand 
23 in. by 17 in. 

J. J. WILSON, R.S.A. 

378 View in East Kent 

11 J in. by 19£ in. 

J. J. WILSON, R.S.A., 1866. 

379 View on the Coast of Norway 

18 in. by 26 in. 

A. J. WOOLMER. 

380 The Bracelet 

11£ in. by 9i in. 



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J. WOOTON, 1758. 

381 An Evening Landscape. A gentleman on a white horse is 

addressing a beggar ; several other figures are dispersed over 
the foreground 
42 in. by 55 in. 

J. WOOTON. 

382 A Classical Landscape : A waggon, and several figures and 

cattle in the foreground ; a river runs towards the front from 
the distance ; evening effect 
42 in. by 55 in. 



PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

382a Pobtr.ut of George 1., in a gold-embroidered plum-coloured 
coat, with a long wig, and wearing the Order of St. George 
and the Dragon, the crown and sceptre are on a table by 
his side ; three-quarter length, standing 
46 in. by 38 in. 

383 Portrait of Qoeen Elizabeth, in a high ruff; three-quarter 

length 

33^ in. by 25£ in. 

384 Portrait of David Garkick, in :i flowered waistcoat, his right 

arm rests on a pile of books, the hand holding a pen ; three- 
quarter length 

35£ in. by 27£ in. 

W. HOGAETH. 

385 Thomas, Duke of Newcastle, in hat and wig; half length, 

three-quarter face to the front 
30 in. by 25 in. 

Exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery (J. Century of British 
Art, 1737 to 1837), 1888 



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SIH G. KNELLEE. 

386 Portrait of thk Duchess of Portsmouth, half length. 

Louise Benee <le Pcnencouet do Querouaillc, born about 1650, 
of a noble family in Brittany, was the beautiful mistress of 
Charles II., and had great influence over him ; in 1673 sho 
was created Duchess of Portsmouth, and about the same time 
Louis XIV. of France made her Duchess of Aubigny ; she 
died in Paris iu 1731 ; Voltaire, who saw her at the age of 
seventy, describes her as still surprisingly beautiful 
27£ in. by 22+_ in. 

SIR G. KNELLEE. 

387 Portrait of a Lady, half length, full face — in oval frame 

28£ in. by 23.\ in. 

From the Collection of Colonel Gostling Murray 

SIB G. KNELLEE. 

388 Portrait of Mathew Prior, half length, standing at a table 

with a closed book entitled " Traites." Poet and diplomatist ; 
born in 1664 ; he held various posts under the govern- 
ments of William III. and Queen Anne, and was at length 
sent as ambassador to the French Court, whence, at the 
commencement of the following reign ho was recalled, com- 
mitted to custody, and threatened with an impeachment, 
which however, did not take place; early in life he had 
written several poems, and he now again turned his attention 
to poetry ; the Earl of Oxford was his most powerful patron 
3b\ in. by 29 in. 
Exhibited at the National Portrait Exhibition, South Ken- 

eington, 1867 

From the Collection of the Earl of Hardwicke, Wimpole 

Ball, Cambridgeshire. (TAe poet died at Wimpole, at that 

time I'ic seat of the Earl of Oxford). 



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SIR G. KNELLER. 

389 Portrait of a Mr. Long, 1688, half length — in oval frame 

28^ in. by 2% in. 

From the Collection of Colonel Gostling Murray 

SIR G. KNELLER. 

390 Portrait of a Gentleman, in armour; three-quarter length, 

standing, landscape background 
50 in. by 40 in. 

SIR G. KNELLER. 

391 Portrait of a Lady, in a low-ncckcd red dress, and with a blue 

shawl over one shoulder; bust, head slightly turned to the 
left 

30 in. by 25 in. 

SIR G. KNELLER. 

392 Portrait of a Lady, in a low dress; half length, full face 

30 in. by 24 in. 

SIR G. KNELLER. 

393 John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, three-quarter length, 

in armour, standing in a landscape, the head slightly turned 
to the left 

50 in. by 10 in. 

SIR P. LELY (After). 

39d A Beggar Child, with a monkey in her arms, by Luke 
Clenncll 

30 in. by l JI in. 



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RAMSAY. 

395 Poutrait of a Lady, iu a low-necked brown dress; half length, 

nearly full face 
30 in. by 2-1 in. 

VANDYCK. 

396 Charles I. in Armour, holding a baton in his right baud ; 

three-quarter length 
48 in. by 38£ in. 
From the Collection of the DuJce of St. Albans 

FRENCH SCHOOL. 

H. GASCAR. 

397 Nell Gwynn and her Son, as Venus and Cupid 

74 in. by 43 in. 

H. GASCAR. 

398 Portrait of a Lady, seated, with a spaniel in her lap, some 

flowers in her left baud, three-quarter length 
50 in. by 40 in. 

G. HOET. 

399 Allegorical Figures 

45 in. by 39 in. 

MIGNARD. 

100 Portrait of Marie Therese, in a white satin dress with rod 
bows, lace collar, pearl necklace and earrings, and pearls on 
her dress and in her hair ; throe-quarter length, seated, turned 
to the left 

30 in. by 37k in. 



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MIGNARD. 

401 Porteait of Maeie Therkse, pearl necklace ami earrings, and 

pearl ornaments in her dress ; half-length — oval frame 
30 in. by 24 in. 

N. POUSSIN. 

402 Christ Pbeaching to the People from a Ship 

55 in. by 77 in. 

From the Collection of Wynn Ellis, Esq. 

A. WATTEAU. 

403 L'Embarquement pour l'Isle de Cythere 

48 in. by 60 in. 

From the Collection of Wynn Ellis, Esq. 

A picture of this subject by Watteau is in the Berlin 
Gallery ; there is also another example, differing slightly, in 
the Louvre, Paris 

A. WATT EAT. 

404 Nymphs Batblng at a Fountain 

39 in. by 30 in. 

From the Collection of Wynn Ellis, Esq. 



ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

FEA BARTOLOMMEO. 

405 The Assu; mption of the Virgin 
18 in. by 13 in. 
From the Collection of Wynn Ellis, Esq. 

BORGOGNONE. 

10G Camp Scenes — a pair, oval 



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A. CANALETTO. 
•107 St. Make's Place, Venice 
33 in. by 52 in. 
From the Collection of Wynn Ellis, Esq. 

F. GUARDI. 

408 I80LA DEL DCCONETTA, Veilicu 

G£ in. by 9^ in. 

F. GUARDI. 

409 Isola di S. Jacopo di Salute, Venice 

6| in. by 9^ in. 

S. ROSA. 

•110 Mountainous Landscape. A river is seen in the foreground ; to 
the right several figures 

39 in. by 53 in. 

S. ROSA. 

411 Alexandeb and Diogenes : Rocky luudscapo 

24 in. by 32 in. 

From the Collection of Wynn Ellis, Esq. 

TITIAN. 

412 Head of a Lady. Pearl necklace and earrings, and with pearls 

in her hair 

18 J in. by 14-,' in. 



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EOSA DI TIVOLT. 
118 Cattle in a Landscape: Evening 
29 in. by 50 in. 

ROSA DI TIVOL1. 

414 Crossing the Ford 

29 in. by 50 in. 

DUTCH AND FLEMISH SCHOOL. 

W. VAN BEMMEL 

415 Woody Landscape. In the foreground a shepherd and 

shepherdess are dancing, whilst a boy plays on a pipe close 
to some sheep and cows 
22 in. by 2f> in. 

J. BOTH. 

4 lfJ Mountainous Landscape : A man on a donkey, and a man and 
woman conversing on a road in the foreground 
16 in. by 20 in. 

P. VAN BREDAEL. 

417 An Eastern Fair: Numerous figures in an extensive land- 

scape 

liO in. by 90 in, 

J. BREUGHEL. 

418 The Boar Hunt 

22 in. by 33 in. 

HOBBEMA (After). 

419 Woody Landscape: Two men ou a road ; a dog drinks from a 

stream in the foreground 
27 in. by 3 1 in. 



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G. VAN HONTIIORST. 

420 Portrait op Ben Jonson. The Dramatist, contemporary and 

friend of Shakespeare, was born at Westminster 1574 ; died 
in 1687. Bust, fall face 
21| in. by 17i in. 

From the Collection of the Earl of Hardwicke, Wimpole 
Hall, Cambridgeshire 

HANS HUYSSING. 

421 Sir Bobert Walpole, K.G., three-quarter length portrait, in 

robes, standing. Prime Minister of England for many years ; 
created Earl of Orford upon his retirement in 1742 ; was 
born at Houghton, in Norfolk, in 1G76 ; died in 1745 ; one of 
the most eminent of our great Parliamentary leaders ; he 
was an able financier, a good tactician in debate, and a most 
serviceable minister to tho House of Brunswick 
52 in. by 40 in. 

J. VAN HCYSUM (School of). 

422 Flowers in a Vase, Grapes and Peaches 

50 in. by 39 in. 

C. JANS EN. 

423 Portrait of Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, half length, in 

a ruff, and with pearl necklace. Daughter of James I. of 
England ; born in 1596 (when her father was still James VI. 
of Scotland) ; married Frederick V., King of Bohemia, in 
1613; she shared her husband's fate, and took refuge in 
Holland; left a widow in 1631, she saw her son reinstated 
in part of his father's dominions ; came to England with 
Charles II. in 1660, and died in London two years later; 
Elizabeth was the mother of thirteen children, among whom 
were the Princes Rupert and Maurice, and Princess Sophia, 
mother of George I. 
24£ tn. by 20| in. 



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C. JANSEN. 

424 Portrait of Frederick V., King of Bohemia, half length. 

Succeeded his father, Frederick IV., as Elector Palatinate in 
1610'; in 1619 he accepted the crown of Bohemia, but in 
the following year he was totally defeated by the Imperial 
forces at the battle of Prague, and lost his kingdom and his 
hereditary States 
25£ in. by 21 in. 

P. MONAMY. 

425 A Coast Scene : Calm evening 

24 in. by 30 in. 

P. MONAMY. 

426 Fishing Boats and Vessels off the Coast : Calm evening 

24 in. by 30 in. 

C. NETSCHEK. 

427 Portrait of William, Prince of Orange, afterwards 

William III., King of England, in a full-bottom wig ; 
three-quarter length 
2H in. by 19 in. 

C. NETSCHER. 

428 Portrait of Mary, Princess of Orange, daughter of James II , 

and afterwards Queen of England. She is offering sugar to 
a white cockatoo ; three-quarter length 
2H in. by 19 in. 

A. PYNAKEE. 

429 Grand Classical Landscape: A mountainous view in Italy, 

with water in the middle distance ; in tho foreground a man 
with a pack-mule, and a dog and some sheep 

132 in. by 72 in. 

From the Collection of the Baron du Hois de Ferrieres 



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REMBRANDT (After). 

430 Portrait of the Artist, half length, in a red cap, with his 
hands folded 

35 in. by 29£ in. 



P. P. RUBENS. 
431 Head of St. Paul 

23 in. by 17i in. 

From the Collection of the Baron du Bois de Ferrieres 



P. P. RUBENS. 
4.32 Portrait of the Emperor, Charles V. : Bust, in armour 
22i in. by 26 in. 

C. SCHUT. 

433 Madonna and Child, surrounded by a wreath of flowers, painted 

by D. Seghers 
29 in. by 21 in. 

J. VAN STRY. 

434 Mountainous Landscape : Some water in the foreground to the 

right, and a castle on rising ground beyond ; several figures 

27 in. by 35 in. 

A. VAN DER VENNE. 

435 Beggars Fighting — painted en grisaille 

13 in. by 22 in. 



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P. VAN DER WERFF. 

486 Portrait of Elizabeth, Duchess of Portland, half length, 
in oval frame. Lady Elizabeth Noel, eldest daughter and 
co-heir of Wriothesley, Earl of Gainsborough, married in 
1704 Henry, second Earl, and afterwards first Duke, of 
Portland 

29 in. by 24^ in. 



P. VAN DER WERFF. 

137 Portrait of Henry, First Duke of Portland, half length, 
in oval frame. Henry, the second Earl of Portland, was 
born about 1675 ; he was the son of Hans William Bentinck, 
the first Earl, who came to England with William, Prince of 
Orange, as page of honour, and was created Marquess of 
Titchfield and Duke of Portland in 1716. He was appointed 
Captain-General and Governor of Jamaica, and died in that 
island in 1726 

29 in. by 24^ in. 



FIXIS. 



I Printed bj William Clowes & >"N~, Limited, Stamford Street 

and Clinriiitr Cioss. 






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